Delivering on Accessibility and Environmental Requirements of Local Transport Plan
The requirement to deliver on the statements and promises specified in the Local Transport Plan is a consistent concern for Local Authorities around the UK. After all, it’s one thing to set challenging but achievable targets and quite another to attempt to meet them when budgets are being cut and team sizes are reducing month on month.
Whether your Local Transport Plan’s objectives relate to accessibility, pollution or economic benefits (or most likely a combination of them all), a truly modern and integrated transport management system is the gateway to better public transport provision.
By utilising integrated technology you can ensure consistency of public transport information and delivering services that meet customers’ needs, however they wish to travel.
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